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21st Century Learning- SWH

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Kelsey Lage

on 27 April 2013

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Transcript of 21st Century Learning- SWH

What's the Difference? Traditional: Teacher centered, activity
based, writing for memorization, pre-
planned and pre-designed, learning
is through teacher's instruction

SWH: Student centered, inquiry based,
writing for meaning, spontaneous and
flexible, learning is through peer negotiation
and argumentation SWH Process Assessment Students are formatively assessed throughout
the unit through participation in discussions,
their negotiations with others, data collection and analysis, and journaling.

Students are summatively assessed through
final projects. For example, at the end of our water cycle unit students created a picture book of the water cycle as if they were water vapor going through the cycle describing their journey. 21st Century Approach to Science Science Writing Heuristic SWH Process State Initial Claims

Example: I believe a large surface area will cause water to evaporate most efficiently. Revise Claims What do we know?

Example: Students write lists, paragraphs, draw pictures, etc. of what they know related to Big Idea. Introduce Big Idea Develop Tests Generate questions that are researchable and testable.
Example: What is the most efficient way to make water evaporate? Gather Data Analyze Evidence Connect to Big Idea Example: All water on earth
goes through a cycle. Develop a concept map of what students know
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